I have a pair of MagicShine, you can mount them anywhere. I've beat the crap out of them, they're still working great and REALLY bright.Blue CheeseHead said:+1 on the Ay-Ups. They are awesome lights. The "regular" batteries last me at least 4 hours. Price is not bad compared to offerings by Dinotte, Nite Rider and Light in Motion.
Many are raving about the Magic Shine. At $90 they throw alot of light, but I am not sure if they work mounted to a helmet. If I had to choose, I would want my light on my helmet. With my pair of Ay-Ups, I have one on the bars and on my helmet.
Blue CheeseHead said:Many are raving about the Magic Shine. At $90 they throw alot of light, but I am not sure if they work mounted to a helmet.
I had a NiteRider system (Blowtorch) that I used for 7 years until the batteries died completely and no longer were being made. It was a good, reliable system, but the bottle cage batteries were heavy and it was difficult to carry two batteries if you needed light for more than the 4 hour charge time. I currently have a Dinotte system. I have not used it too much, but I have been very happy with it. The batteries have a fairly long charge even if you are using them at full force and they are small enough that you could keep a spare in your pocket if you were riding all night.gearbolt said:Can someone suggest a good light system ? I plan to use it in double century.
hey this Ay up light really look amazing. it's white light too. not like those conventional yellowish light.supercorsa said:
HIDTechnologies is another Australian company. Their lights are much better than Ayups. I run a Lumen8r Quad on my bars and a Pygmy Max on my helmet for mtbing and just the Pygmy Max on the bars for road riding with no problem descending on unlit rural roads.supercorsa said: